Houston Rap Artist Docman Spills His Sorrows On “The Bizarre”

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New York, New York (October 17, 2017) – Rapper and founder of Empier Entertainment Docman releases his new single entitled, “The Bizarre.” The single features Empier Entertainment recording artist Meetchie and Babyboy. It explores the range of emotions they feel within their complicated love lives. “The Bizarre” is the lead single off Doc’s forthcoming project Streets Still Watching 2.

“And now you gone, just don’t go too far. You the only person I know that can heal this scar. Damn, I feel like a fool sitting at this bar, drinking away the memories my feelings feeling bizarre.” Comparable to other lyricist who mastered the art of rap, Docman skillfully creates a vivid image in the listeners mind. “The Bizarre” is a slightly darker and vulnerable version of LL Cool J’s “I Need Love.” “In the moment you were down to ride, but that was used to,” raps Babyboy in the third verse. It is a painful reminder of how lovers can become distant and change.  Their powerful verses are reaffirmed with Meetchie’s plea to both women to not go too far on the songs hook.

After independently dropping more than twenty mix projects, Doc took his entrepreneurial skills to the next level with Empier Entertainment. “The Bizarre” introduces the hip-hop community to the record label which bolsters talent from Houston to New York City. From 2015 to 2016 the music conglomerate toured major cities throughout the U.S. to develop its buzz.

“The Bizarre” will help increase Empier’s notoriety and establish anticipation for Doc’s forthcoming project Streets Still Watching 2. Listen to “The Bizarre” and follow Docman across all social media platforms to stay up-to-date with everything involving his music.